Mississippi currently has more snow on the ground than Minnesota. Go figure. We've seen the least amount of snow this meteorological winter (Dec.-Feb.) since 1994-95. But as we all know, a Minnesota winter doesn't end in February.
A storm early next week has the potential to bring a plowable snow to the area. Get the snowy singletrack while it's good; within 2 weeks temps may rise into the 40s!
Saturday: Partly sunny. H: 21 Wind: SW 10-15
Saturday Night: Mostly clear. L: 8
Sunday: Slightly below freezing. H: 27 L: 12 Wind: W 10
Monday: Snow arrives late afternoon. H: 26 L: 18 Wind: S 5-10
Tuesday: Snow 1"-2"+ possible. H: 28 L: 8 Wind: NW 10-15
Wednesday: Turning colder. H: 10 L: 0 Wind: NW 15-20
Slurpee Waves: With all the cold and snowy weather in New England "slurpee waves" have been spotted off the coast of Nantucket. These waves are not frozen solid but simply contain a mixture of ice that gives a frosty appearance.
Summer brings warm afternoons perfect for biking, but the summer heat and humidity can also spark thunderstorms and severe weather. Be prepared for any type of adverse weather headed your way with Aeris Pulse.
NWS Twin Cities Weather Story